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The Seattle Seahawks placekicker, Steven Hauschka '07, returned to Middlebury to talk about stress, winning the Super Bowl, and his "welcome to the NFL" moment.
Middlebury features prominently in an investigative article looking at the roots of student activism against fossil fuel investment in college and university endowments.
A group of students interested in the economic, social, and environmental issues of energy production traveled to Pennsylvania's natural gas country to learn more.
David Philipps '00, a reporter for the Colorado Springs Gazette, won the distinguished award for his three-day investigative series on mistreatment of wounded soldiers returning from war.
Since it began in December 2012, C3 has launched undergraduate and postdoctoral fellowship programs, and strengthened ties with graduate student communities at UC Berkeley and Columbia.
More than 350 students presented creative and research works during the two-day annual Spring Student Symposium.
History-making swimmer and five others will receive honorary degrees during graduation ceremonies on May 25.
Vermont Public Radio's Neal Charnoff interviews director Andrew Smith and discusses the upcoming production at Middlebury.
Rachel Donadio, who grew up in Middlebury, says the demands of the 24-hour news cycle are rigorous and pressure-packed, and thrilling too.
College offers guidance to campus community on precautions for the newly discovered Internet security flaw.
A rich collection of letters written in the 1860s has a Middlebury archivist wondering how today's generation of students will tell its story.
Former Middlebury College kicker Steven Hauschka ’07 contributed a game-high 11 points to help lead the Seattle Seahawks to a 43-8 victory over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The kicker became Middlebury's first team sport world champion since 1910 graduate Ray Fisher was a part of the Cincinnati Reds World Series team in 1919.